Burn Notice: Season 3, Episode 11

Friendly Fire (28 Jan. 2010)

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Michael helps track down a child predator for one of Sam's old friends, and winds up igniting a war between two rival gang leaders. Meanwhile, Michael also makes contact with Diego's killer, who has in interest in his services.

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Mason Gilroy, another well-connected psychopath and the master-killer who eliminated Diego, expresses an interest in hiring him. Sam 'welcomes' old mate Mack by punching him for being the man his wife left him for. Yet he agrees to mobilize the team to help Mack, under suspicion for the disappearance of child predator, Rincon. Michael poses as an even worse crime baron to lean on rival street gang leaders Omar Hernandez and Felipe Vega, who hold Rincon. Written by KGF Vissers

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When Gilroy indicates to Michael that he sees Fiona on the balcony, you see the bottle of champagne next to her. When the sniper shoots that bottle, there is suddenly a glass next to it that clearly survives the shot. When you next see Fiona, the glass is gone. See more »

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Michael Westen: [narrative] In the intelligence community, an invitation to meet at a hotel pool is an olive branch. The person you're meeting is offering you multiple escape routes, a crowd to mix in with, and virtual certainty that nobody is concealing a weapon in their bathing suit. But if you're meeting the kind of guy who arranges coup d'etats for a living, it's still a good idea to bring backup.
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